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TU

 
tuberculin unit.
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TU

Abbreviation for toxic unit; toxin unit.
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Taira sourced food to Cheshire Home, a dwelling for the destitute and disabled; to Mother Teresa's charity; to Kasturba Balika Vidhyalaya, a government-run school for underprivileged girls; and the homeless wandering around various temples.
(226) As such, though Taira Lynn states the general proposition that OPA allows for purely economic damages, (227) it is not exemplar OPA case law.
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Ten years together, Rubin and Taira attribute their lasting relationship to honesty and togetherness, personal and professional.
Now 14, Taira does not remember the incident clearly, but the ongoing firing near the border does not let her forget the pain either.
Matteo Pratichetti, Edoardo Gori, Leonardo Ghiraldini and Andrea Lo Cicero touched down for the hosts, Riccardo Bocchino kicking three conversions, with Japan's scores coming from Takeysa Usuzuki, Koji Taira and a penalty try.
According to researcher Takunori Taira, the lasers are able to ignite an engine three times faster than spark plugs, and because the beams can be focused precisely at the center of the fuel/air mixture, there is more-efficient combustion.
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Pet shop and dog shelter owner Ryo Taira was among animal rescuers who rushed to return the creature to the sea.
"This was not simply a clash between youth groups, over Islam and Orthodox Christianity," said Taira Khabibulina, a Muscovite wrapped in a fur coat, who said she grew up with both Muslim and Christian parents.